Melissa Rauch seems to be enjoying his time filming Night Court reboot, as evidenced by a behind-the-scenes moment she recently shared with fans on social media.
Shortly after that, news broke of the NBC series’ Season 2 renewal, The Big Bang Theory the actress gave fans a look at what happens when she practices for scenes away from the camera.
In a sneak peek video posted on Instagram, Melissa screams at the top of her lungs as she continues to flip over a table. As she later revealed in the caption, the short clip was a preview for the show’s latest episode.
“Find out how my Jersey dreams of turning the tables came true behind the scenes on an all-new #NightCourt TONIGHT at 8/7c on @nbc and streaming on @peacock!” she wrote on Feb. 7, referencing an iconic Bravos moment The Real Housewives of New Jersey.
Due to Melissa’s rising popularity and the success of Night Court, it didn’t take long for followers to see the hilarious video on social media. Unsurprisingly, they shared their excitement at seeing Melissa try something different for television.
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“Don’t know why but that was one of the cutest table turns I’ve seen 😂,” one person wrote in the comments. “Now that’s more like Bernadette! 😊,” remarked another, referring to her character The Big Bang Theory. “Me [literally] every day,” another user added.
Some might agree that the unexpected scene shows just how wide-ranging Melissa’s comedic chops really span. Speaking of comedies, she recently spoke with Decider about her decision to star in and produce a reboot that was so important to her longtime fans.
“What I love so much about this show is that it had these moments that are so elevated, and this vaudevillian comedy that was almost absurdist at times … it had these beautiful moments of heart,” she told the channel in January.
Melissa continued: “Something I was so excited to play is this heightened comedy sandwiched in with serious, important dramatic moments. That’s not done every day on TV now and it’s something that really excited me about sitcoms growing up. “